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Fresh News From the Coast!
April 10, 2015
The Season for Snapper!

Red snapper is a low-calorie, lean source of protein that is rich in selenium, vitamin A, potassium and omega-3 fatty acids. These omega-3 fatty acids may help lower your risk for heart disease and high blood pressure. You should consume at least 250 milligrams of EPA and DHA per week, or the amount in eight ounces of seafood, according to the 2010 Dietary Guidelines for Americans.

Want more good news about snapper? A three-ounce serving of red snapper has only 109 calories, and provides 22 grams of protein, or 44% of your daily value based on a 2,000-calorie diet.

This a flavorful white fish that tastes excellent roasted with fresh herbs. Since fresh snapper filets are often thin, it is common to roast the fish whole so no meat goes to waste. If you prefer not to buy a whole fish, you can bake, sauté or deep fry the fish. Our staff will be happy to give you suggestions or complimentary fish substitutions if we are sold out...just ask!


 
Local Flounder
Black Drum

Red Drum

Remember, our fresh seafood inventory changes daily, so call ahead and we'll be happy to share the details.
 
Laura Paul of Wrightsville Beach will receive a $25 gift certificate for her next fresh fish and seafood purchase. Next time you are in don't forget to drop your business card or write down your email address and drop it in our fish bowl. You could be our next winner!
This simple yet delicious entree serves four people.  Recipe courtesy of Diane Boyd. 

Ingredients:
  • 4 fresh snapper filets
  • 4 tablespoons pepper jelly
Instructions:

1. Lightly oil grill racks with canola or olive oil.

2. Preheat grill.  When grill reaches 400 degrees F, place fish on grill racks and cook about two minutes per side, just to sear the fish and make grill marks.

3. Top each filet with 1 tablespoon of pepper jelly. Allow to cook with the lid closed  (about ten minutes for each inch of thickness).  Fish is done when it is opaque on the outside with a hint of translucence at the center. 
Recipe submitted by Diane Boyd, M.B.A., R.D., L.D.N. Wilmington, NC nutrition counselor specializing in sports nutrition, weight management, and wellness; get more healthy tips by clicking here.
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Please present coupon at time of ordering.

Valid today through April 24th, 2015.
Many of you know Nikki Bartle. She's been sharing her seafood knowledge with our customers for over seven years.

Nikki's "Most Interesting" order? 50 pounds of Croaker -- scaled, gutted, gilled AND eyeballs removed...whew!

Stop by soon and say hello to Nikki. We appreciate all she does for Motts Channel Seafood fans!
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